On 12/04/18 04:24, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
On Apr 11, 2018, at 21:54, Joshua Root wrote:
On 2018-4-12 12:39 , Ryan Schmidt wrote:
On Apr 11, 2018, at 10:23, Joshua Root wrote:
No, rsync just hasn't updated yet. The ports are also a bit out of date.
Ryan should be able to take a look before too long.
mprsyncup is failing with:
2018-04-11T02:10:34+0000 error: pathspec 'v2.4.3' did not match any file(s)
known to git.
I guess GitHub changed something? That's the format we've been using
Maybe mprsyncup has not retrieved the new list of tags. We had that problem
last time, and Rainer fixed it:
But I ran "git tag" in /Volumes/RAID/var/tmp/mprsyncup/release/base and it
listed every tag up to v2.4.2 but not v2.4.3.
2018-04-12T03:16:17+0000 + read -r RELEASE_URL
2018-04-12T03:16:17+0000 + '[' -z
2018-04-12T03:16:17+0000 + RBASE_CHANGED=1
2018-04-12T03:16:17+0000 + '[' -d
2018-04-12T03:16:17+0000 + cd /Volumes/RAID/var/tmp/mprsyncup/release/base
2018-04-12T03:16:17+0000 + /opt/local/bin/git fetch -q --tags
2018-04-12T03:16:18+0000 ++ /opt/local/bin/git rev-parse HEAD
2018-04-12T03:16:18+0000 ++ /usr/bin/basename
2018-04-12T03:16:18+0000 + /opt/local/bin/git checkout -q v2.4.3
2018-04-12T03:16:18+0000 error: pathspec 'v2.4.3' did not match any file(s)
known to git.
Maybe I am barking up the wrong tree, but does it mean anything that the
leads to "Not Found"
lists the tags fine, and clicking on 2.4.3 leads to
Is it just the link is wrong (changed) ??